KRISTOFER HOFSTRA

Attorney Kris HofstraDenver native Kristofer Hofstra is the newest addition to the team at Norton and Bowers, P.C. He is a graduate of Regis Jesuit High School, and he completed his undergraduate education at Santa Clara University in California, where he majored in English. Mr. Hofstra is a graduate of Vermont Law School in South Royalton, Vermont, where he served as Editor-In-Chief of the Vermont Journal of Environmental Law, a student-managed law journal dedicated to environmental issues. Mr. Hofstra has also worked at the Department of the Interior for the Office of the Solicitor, Alaska Region. His background gives him the well-rounded perspective that gives him a skilled and effective voice for his personal injury clients. Mr. Hofstra is licensed to practice law in both Colorado and Wyoming.

DEDICATED SERVICE TO CLIENTS

Kristofer Hofstra is dedicated to advocating on behalf of personal injury victims who seek high-quality legal representation in the states of Colorado and Wyoming He handles cases involving all types of serious accidents and injuries. Mr. Hofstra has lived around the world including Alaska, the United Kingdom, and New Zealand. His hobbies are mostly athletic; he is the Vice-President of the Denver Harlequins Rugby Football Club, and he is an assistant rugby coach at his alma mater, Regis Jesuit High School. Mr. Hofstra also enjoys mountain biking, rock and ice climbing, and snowboarding.

WE REPRESENT THE INJURED

Norton and Bowers, P.C. represents clients on a contingency fee basis. This means there is no attorney fee until we recover for our clients. If you’ve sustained a personal injury in the in Colorado or Wyoming because of another person’s negligence, call us promptly at 303-400-8100 to arrange a free consultation with an experienced personal injury attorney. Offsite, weekend, and evening appointments are also available. Let Norton and Bowers, P.C. fight on your behalf for the compensation you need and the justice you deserve.

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